I am a sysadmin and PhD student at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
Wearing my researcher hat, I design protocols for data centres. One of my projects is MOOSE, a system to improve the scalability of Ethernet; another is WAPITI to enable network-layer mobility (of virtual machines, primarily) at scale.
Wearing my sysadmin hat, I am building and running a data centre for research and experimentation within the lab and beyond.
Post: Malcolm Scott, University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, William Gates Building, 15 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0FD, UK
Phone: University extension 63658
My office: room FN16 in the William Gates Building. Call me using the phone by reception if you do not have access to the offices.